Genealogy sites help you discover, organize, and publish your family's history. They streamline the information gathering process, allowing you to search historical documents such as census reports, crew manifests, draft records, and birth and death records, giving you unparalleled access to once-scarce information. The integrated family tree tools organize the genealogical data into a familiar format. Many sites allow you to append your family tree with your own photos, videos, and family documents. Genealogy research sites also help you discover and network with other family members. We've used each of these sites and our comparison chart breaks out the pricing and relevant features so you can find the site that's right for you. If you have questions about how we reviewed these genealogy services, check out our genealogy FAQ.
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